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Judge Sleet issues claim construction order

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In a recent order, Chief Judge Gregory M. Sleet construed eight disputed claims terms of U.S. Patent No. 7,567,925 (“the ’925 Patent”). Imagevision.net, Inc. v. Internet Payment Exchange, Inc., C.A. No. 12-054-GMS-MPT (D. Del. Jul. 30, 2013). The ’925 Patent, entitled “Point of service transaction management for service facilities,” relates to an invention that “enables the collection by credit/debit card payment of customer co-pay and self-pay charges via an integrated point-of-service transaction management system and method.” Judge Sleet construed the following eight disputed terms:

– “computing terminal”
– “computerized transaction database associated with each of the at least one processors for relationally and electronically tracking, within said database and by the single health care service provider, remotely from each of the at least one computing terminal”
– “the tracking correlates to an increased collection rate of at least one of the self-pay payments and the overdue self-pay payments from the at least one customer”
– “registration”
-“batch updated”
– “users of the system are assigned at least one level of access in the administrator”
– “patient service”
– “non patient service”

Imagevision.net, Inc. v. Internet Payment Exchange, Inc., C.A. No. 12-054-GMS-MPT (D. Del. Jul. 30, 2013)

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